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West Cumbria Mining announces dates for next community update event

West Cumbria Mining will be hosting its next community update event at Haig Museum on the 6th and 7th December 2017.

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What happens when it closes?

  • Ensuring plans are in place

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All mines have a lifespan which runs for as long as there is coal to be mined economically.

There are strict guidelines and legislation which would be adhered to as and when the mine reaches the end of its viable life. Depending on the site, some mines can be used for other purposes – for example The Eden Project, a visitor attraction in Cornwall, is at a disused clay mine – whilst others are returned to their pre-mining use after closure.  The legislation also includes preparing the workforce for moving onto new employment as and when necessary.

Find out more about the plan

We’d love to hear from you

Please get in touch with any questions or comments relating to the progress of the mine.

You can also email us to say you’d like to sign up to receive our newsletter which will give you the updates straight to your inbox.

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We won’t share your data with anyone else – see our privacy policy for more details.

Latest News & Events

West Cumbria Mining

West Cumbria Mining announces dates for next community update event

West Cumbria Mining will be hosting its next community update event at Haig Museum on the 6th and 7th December 2017.